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How to Remove Acrylic Nails

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0


Removing acrylic nails is one of the major problems among young girls who make use of acrylic nails. Acrylic nails are known to have wonderful effects on our natural nails, both for aesthetics and improvement. However, these artificial nails are also known to damage our natural nails if not removed properly. Removing acrylic nails are often done so hastily by women that can sometimes cause damage to the surface of our natural nails, including loss of glossiness. Whatever type of artificial nail you want to remove from your true nails, the procedure should be effective and properly done in order to protect the surface of your nails.

Acrylic nails are known to provide long-lasting protection and beauty to our natural nails. It is especially beneficial to those women who have weak nails as well as to those who are not able to grow their nails long. These artificial nails are glued onto our fingernails using a special type of adhesive or gel. These adhesives may damage the surface of our natural nail when improperly removing acrylic nails. The damage of removing acrylic nails is often due to mistakes that women commit during the process of removal. Fortunately, this article will provide you with an easy systematic procedure on how to remove acrylic nails.

When removing acrylic nails, the first thing you have to keep in mind is the preparation. Remember that you have to be extra careful when removing acrylic nails. Hence, you must prepare your working area as well as the materials before starting the removal of the acrylic nails. Find a place where you can be comfortable. Any flat surface will do as long as you are comfortable. Make sure to cover your working area. Afterwards, prepare the materials you will use to remove the acrylic nails. Place it in a way that all the materials are in front of you.

The next thing you need to do when removing acrylic nails is to trim the acrylic nails as short as possible. This will make the process of removal much easier. Afterwards, put the nail polish remover onto a glass bowl. Before placing your fingernails onto the bowl, make sure to put some petroleum jelly to the surrounding skin of your nails. Removing acrylic nails will be easier this way. This can also prevent the drying of the skin while you soak your fingers in the bowl. Just make sure that you don't get any petroleum on the acrylic nails.

The next step of removing acrylic nails is to soak your acrylic nails in the bowl and wait for 15-20 minutes. Afterwards, gently remove the acrylic nails. During the process of removing acrylic nails, make sure not to force the nails if you find them difficult to remove. Try to re-soak the nails again, instead. After all the artificial nails are removed, the final step is to put moisturizing cream on your hands. This will ensure that your hands are still moisturized after soaking it in the acetone.



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